Touch Football Australia (TFA) is excited to launch our first targeted referee video resource collection â€˜Whatâ€™s Your Call?â€™TFA continue to build video resources available via the website www.dartfish.tv/touchfootballaustralia along with other tools to assist referees, coaches and participants at any level to help develop their Touch Football knowledge. The TFA Strategic Participation High Performance 2011-15 Plans identify the objective to â€˜provide quality experiences for everyone in Touch Footballâ€™. TFA continues to use the dartfish platform to drive the following key outcomes: 3.b â€“ Innovative processes geared at athlete development (junior, senior, elite, female, indigenous)3.c â€“ A highly valued elite product which is positioned at the pinnacle of our pathway3.d â€“ A strong and supportive refereeing structure to support participant needs3.e â€“ A strong and supportive coaching structure to support participant needs4.c â€“ Development of supportive and innovative information technology systems to support the sport at all levels. Whatâ€™s Your Call is a free collection of video scenarios for referees, coaches and participants that will be released publically from Monday, 14 December. It contains a series of videos to develop skills and knowledge of the rules in decision making scenarios. This collection will continue to grow throughout 2016 and beyond. For additional resources information visit the TFA website – www.touchfootball.com.au. Related Fileswhat_s_your_call_resource_launch-pdfRelated LinksWhat’s Your Call?
A Comprehensive Guide to Plant-Based Milks and Their Benefits America’s Oldest City Has a Super-Modern Dining and Drinking Scene The Best Food Shows on Netflix to Binge Right Now The Burger Show’s Alvin Cailan Shares His Burger-Making Secrets How to Make Loco Moco, a Hawaiian Staple Dish I sure remember it differently than this. Here I am with Tressa Yellig — co-founder of Salt Fire and Time and owner of Broth Bar in the bustling inner east side of Portland, Oregon — slurping bone broth out of a crisp white mug in an equally crisp café. A curated selection of health foods lines the shelves. Seven bone broth options, plus kombucha and brine shots, round out the menu.As the product of a Jewish family with Eastern European heritage, my version of bone broth was the chicken stock base for noodle soup or matzo ball soup. It wasn’t glamorous; there were no ethical considerations into how the chickens were raised (but I’ll be damned if a bowl of that glorious recipe couldn’t cure the worst of colds).Bone broth has seen a resurgence of sorts thanks to elite athletes (among them, Kobe Bryant) claiming it’s their secret to recovery and longevity after high-intensity training. In the last couple of years, storefronts have popped up in culinary hubs nationwide selling bowls of gelatinous goodness in all sorts of variations, touting the benefits of bone broth.“Not only does the protein help recovery, it’s actually easier to digest,” Yellig says as I try the butter coffee (locally roasted coffee with an added “bomb” of ultra-clarified butter and cocoa butter — a fatty boost meant to counteract the liquid’s harsh side effects).While there are no definitive studies touting its benefits, plenty of media outlets promote everything from more radiant skin to better digestion. “It’s truly a cooked food that acts like a raw food (in respect to the digestive benefits),” Yellig says.Yellig, a native of Ohio, left the state to attend cooking school in New York and found that nutrition was left out of the curriculum. She began reading everything she could about the benefits of her food and discovered her new passion.Shortly after, she came to Portland and pooled resources with a few friends to start Salt Fire and Time. After a couple of her initial partners left the business, she became the de facto leader of what was now a small commercial kitchen producing health foods, primarily bone broth.“At the start, there wasn’t really an idea to have a bone broth storefront,” she says.That was eight years ago. Now, Yellig and her sister, Katie, run Broth Bar, which recently celebrated its two-year anniversary. It’s also marks two years since they opened their expanded commercial kitchen. They needed the space to beef up production for a process that takes 72 hours from start to finish. Tressa oversees production, while Katie spends much of her time researching and visiting farms to ensure the bones they’re using come from ethically raised animals.“We only want to use animals that are eating what they’re supposed to be eating,” Yellig says.Broth Bar/FacebookSimply put, the collagen, marrow, and cartilage in the bones break down and infuse with the broth. The result is a silky, moderately seasoned elixir that really takes on the character of whichever animal the bones came from. After consumption, it absorbs into the body, and all of those elements help recovery and muscle growth. Amino acids help with inflammation as well.On the day I was in the shop, they had chicken and beef, but turkey, lamb, and bison are available as well. Sea salt is an optional addition for a bit more flavor.Yellig encouraged me to try a second bowl, this one called Sunshine. A beef broth base is amped up with basil, arbequina olive oil, lemon, and coconut milk. It tastes a bit like a curry base, but much less flavor-forward. Still fatty, still gelatinous, still wonderfully creamy. My first bowl was Comfort: ghee (clarified butter), cocoa butter, and mushrooms.Even though Yellig sells a line of bone broths in 24 oz. jars, she sees the next frontier in home development. She relates it to the kombucha boom that led newcomers to start producing “booch” in their own homes.“I think that, as the category grows, we’ll see more kits to make sourcing bones and cooking broth at home easier and more streamlined,” she says.Regardless, bone broth and the surrounding health food culture is here to stay. The shop saw a stready stream of visitors during my visit; one woman even stopped to say hi and explain how she was essentially a regular at the café.“We want to make drinking bone broth a lifestyle choice that is effortless to integrate into daily life,” Trellig says. “We want this to be accessible.” Editors’ Recommendations
Through a new White House-led initiative, First Book, a nonprofit social enterprise, is helping connect children in need across the country with access to thousands of e-books.The initiative, announced by President Obama at the Anacostia Library in Washington, is part of a broad effort to ignite kids’ love of reading by improving access to digital content and public libraries.Through the initiative, called Open eBooks, major publishers are providing $250 million worth of e-books to children from low-income families for free, including 10,000 of their most popular titles. The books will be accessible through an Open eBooks app, currently being developed by the New York Public Library, the Digital Public Library of America and the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Together, the organizations will curate and deliver the e-books to programs and classrooms serving low-income students.The app and all the e-books will be made available to programs and classrooms serving children in need through First Book. Anyone working in the lives of children in need is urged to sign up with First Book at www.firstbook.org/register.“This historic partnership recognizes the need to increase access to books – in all their forms – to children growing up in low-income families,” said Kyle Zimmer, president and CEO of First Book. “Access to books is critical for children to develop their reading skills, yet books are scarce for millions of our children. First Book works directly with hundreds of thousands of educators and community programs serving children in need, and we are eager to help connect them and others with these digital resources to spread the joy of reading.”Commitments from publishers include: • Macmillan: Providing unlimited access to all of the K-12 age-appropriate titles in their title catalog of approximately 2,500 books. • Simon & Schuster: Providing access to their entire e-catalog of books for children ages four to 14, comprised of 3,000 titles. • Penguin Random House: Committing to provide an extensive offering of their popular and award-winning books. • Hachette: Offering participating students access to a robust catalogue of their popular and award-winning titles. • Candlewick: Providing unlimited access to all relevant children’s and young-adult e-book titles in their catalog. • Bloomsbury: Providing unlimited access to over 1,000 of its most popular titles. • Lee & Low: The leading independent publisher of multicultural books is providing unlimited access to over 700 of its titles. • Cricket Media: Offering full digital access to all of its market-leading magazines for children and young adults, including Ladybug and Cricket. • HarperCollins: Providing a robust selection of their award-winning and popular titles.Additionally, the participation of the partnering organizations and libraries includes: • First Book: Will connect its growing national network of 175,000 classrooms and programs serving children in need with access to the Open eBook app, as well as work to bring new programs into the network. • The Institute of Museum and Library Services: Investing $5 million to support the development of the e-reader app and tools and services to help the public more easily access e-books and other digital content. • The Digital Public Library of America: Their network of librarians will volunteer with the New York Public Library to help make sure popular books reach the most appropriate audience. DPLA, in conjunction with Recovering the Classics, is also adding age-appropriate public domain titles whose text and cover art have been redesigned by leading graphic designers and artists. • New York Public Library: Developing a cutting-edge e-reader app and working with industry and technology leaders to improve the experience for students.In addition to Open eBooks, the President also announced a complementary effort, the ConnectED Library Challenge, with more than 30 communities making a commitment to put a library card into every student’s hand so they can access the programs, learning resources and books available at public libraries.
The Elders welcome the new report on humanitarian funding by the UN High-Level Panel, chaired by Kristalina Georgieva and HRH Sultan Nazrin Shah, as a timely and acute analysis of the global challenges in delivering aid to those in need.They wholeheartedly endorse the report’s assertions that “receiving lifesaving humanitarian aid is a right, and that providing it is a duty”, and that all actors must ensure their policies and decisions protect the “inviolable core humanitarian principles” of humanity, neutrality, independence and impartiality.The Elders agree with the report’s emphasis on “shrinking the need” for humanitarian assistance by a concerted resolve to end global conflicts, and by implementing credible policies to tackle climate change – widely acknowledged as one of the key drivers of natural disasters.If the international community can seriously work for peace in conflicts such as Syria, Ukraine, Iraq and Afghanistan, this would diminish the flow of refugees requiring humanitarian assistance. Equally, leaders must now honour the commitments made at the COP 21 climate summit in Paris in December 2015 and implement sustainable policies to tackle climate change.Kofi Annan, Chair of The Elders, said: “It is a challenge and an affront to our common humanity that 125 million people across the world require humanitarian assistance. This report is valuable for its clarity, its robust analysis and its clear moral message. The world’s prosperous nations need to show real ethical leadership to alleviate the suffering of the most vulnerable.”“The report contains important recommendations for governments, NGOs, aid agencies and the private sector, who must set aside rivalries and suspicions to forge an effective new consensus. I hope they will heed these messages and work together for the common good.”It is crucial that the recipients of humanitarian assistance are also included in the ongoing debate, so their voices are heard and their rights, dignity and agency are all respected.The Elders will do their utmost to support the aims and recommendations of this report, and share its hope that the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul will see leaders commit to its implementation.
(Update)The family of a Hamilton man shot dead by police has teamed up with a local activist group to create a video for the public to see, re-enacting Steve Mesic’s death.The father of Mesic’s widow, Norm Dorr, says there are discrepancies between what the family was told and the evidence presented in the Special Investigation Unit’s findings.The video is called “Cops kill Steve Mesic: SIU cover up exposed.”In it, the father of Mesic’s widow, Norm Dorr, and about three others re-enact the events surrounding Mesic’s death. Pointing out what they say are discrepancies in the Special Investigation Unit’s report which found two subject officers were justified in their use of lethal force against Mesic.Terry Wilson: “I think if there is a problem with the SIU report it needs to be publicly known. There has to be action taken towards that. Umm that is if the discrepancy is accurate.”Terry Wilson and Frankie Gotz of the Canadian Awareness Network say the family approached them to create the video.Frankie Gotz: “Norm already spoke with mainstream media about the discrepancies so we just kind of left off where the mainstream media left off and we went out and actually filmed the discrepancies.”Video: “Then he rolled out from under the fence. well we’re going to show just how hard it is.”Among other things the video asks why the officers didn’t pepper spray Mesic when he was crawling under a fence toward police with a shove and questions how far away he was from the officers when they fired.“What we’re saying is that according to the way the cops shot Steve we would have to have bullets in the wall of the house and there are no bullets in the wall of the house.”The SIU’s report didn’t specify how many shots were fired, only that at least one bullet from each of the officers handguns struck Mesic. Hamilton police Chief Glenn De Caire says there are factual inaccuracies in the video but won’t comment further until an inquest is held.The Office of the Chief Coroner says their own investigation is ongoing to determine whether an inquest will be called into Mesic’s death. Tuesday, the SIU declined to comment on the video telling us everything they have to say about the shooting was already issued in their media release. 00:00:00 | 00:00:00::Projekktor V1.3.09
He is a victim of a question of judgement.Callinan had been criticised for comments made at a PAC hearing in January, where he described the actions of Sergeant Maurice McCabe and retired garda John Wilson, who came forward with allegations of garda misconduct, as “disgusting”.“It would have passed by in half an hour,” Byrne said, adding that by avoiding an apology the former Commissioner ‘dug a hole and kept on digging’.He reiterated that he found that the O’Mahoney Report “raised more questions than it answered”.Byrne had last week called for the commissioner and Minster for Justice Alan Shatter to apologise to garda whisteblowers.Reaction: Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan has resigned >Explainer: 6 reasons why Martin Callinan resigned as Garda Commissioner >Previously: Byrne “always treated with respect” by Callinan >Catch up: Everything you need to know about GardaGate in one place > THE CHAIRMAN OF the Road Safety Authority has said that the former Garda Commission could have avoided controversy if he had apologised for his remarksSpeaking to the Pat Kenny Show on Newstalk, Gay Byrne said his initial reaction to the resignation was one of “great sorrow”.“He has done this state some service,” Byrne said, praising the the work of Martin Callinan.However, he said that the controversy following Callinan’s remarks at the Public Accounts Committee would have not have occurred if he “had come out in the open” and apologised.
Emergency responders have been called to a report of a car rolled over on the southbound 39th Street offramp from Interstate 5.The accident was reported about 9:45 a.m. The vehicle involved is a black Mitsubishi four-door sedan.Sheila Palmer, 40, of Vancouver was handcuffed by the Washington State Patrol at the scene.The exact charges were not immediately clear. A spokesman with the state patrol said Palmer had been drinking, but had a blood-alcohol concentration of less than .08, which is the legal limit. She may have been on prescription drugs.Web cams show traffic moving normally on the freeway; however the offramp will be closed for a while, according to emergency radio traffic monitored at The Columbian.It is not known exactly how the wreck occurred, nor if anyone suffered injuries.
WILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Friday, May 11, 2018:A Cypress Street caller reported her house was broken into. (2:32pm)Police issued a summons to Charles A. Hurcombe (38, Stoneham) for Operating A Motor Vehicle With A Suspended Or Revoked License; Speeding; and No Or Expired Inspection Sticker. (6:09pm)A North Street caller reported a vehicle crashed into his mailbox and fence, then left the scene. Police were unable to locate vehicle. (6:17pm)Police sent several juveniles using the Shawsheen skate park on their way. (10:38pm)Police arrested Frank Dearborn (44, North Reading) for Assault & Battery with a Dangerous Weapon; Malicious Destruction of Property Valued at Over $250; and Malicious Destruction of Property Valued Under $250. A caller reported Dearborn was causing a disturbance and threw a beer bottle during an argument. (11:38pm)(DISCLAIMER: This information is public information. An arrest does not constitute a conviction. Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip?Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedPOLICE LOG for August 4: Lowell Man Arrested On Warrant; Bad Crash In Front Of Rocco’s; Syringe FoundIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 7: Road Rage On Highway Ramp; Medication Stolen During Open HouseIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for June 27: Stranger Enters Resident’s House; Man Denies Asking Young Girls To Follow HimIn “Police Log”
[Representational Image]twitterYou can call it coincidence, but for the past couple of months, many earthquake predictions made by self-proclaimed seismic researcher Frank Hoogerbeets have turned true, and his recent forecast on upcoming quakes is capable of sending chills in your spine. In a recent post on his website ‘Ditrianum’, Hoogerbeets has claimed that a powerful earthquake which may measure 7 in the Richter scale could hit the earth either today or tomorrow.”Critical planetary and lunar geometry in the last two days is likely going to trigger large seismic activity from the 10th to the 12th, possibly over 7 magnitudes,” wrote Hoogerbeets on his website.Interestingly, the predictions of Hoogerbeets come at a time when a preliminary magnitude-4.0 earthquake was reported on May 11, in Cleveland. Even though no noted destruction happened in the affected area, the USGS is apparently collecting responses from people who experienced mild tremor in Cleveland. As of now, more than 8,000 people have reported feeling the earthquake, and most of them revealed that the intensity of the quake was weak to light.Hoogerbeets believe that critical planetary alignments and lunar geometry are causing a rise in seismic activities. As per Hoogerbeets, certain planetary alignments have the capability to destabilize the tectonic plates on the earth, and it is resulting in these earthquakes. Hoogerbeets claim that he is using an advanced system named SSGI (Solar System Geometry Index) to predict potential quakes, and he believes that it is one of the most sophisticated tools that can forecast upcoming tremors with precision.In his website post, Hoogerbeets also clarified that it is an electromagnetic force during planetary alignments which is causing the earthquakes. He also added that gravitational pull of the planets is not capable to trigger seismic activities here on earth.”From the beginning, we have stated that the most likely cause is the electromagnetic force, which is a stronger force than gravity. In fact, the gravitational force is the weakest in the Universe and is always dominated by the electromagnetic force,” added Hoogerbeets.Even though Hoogerbeets continue to make wild predictions about possible earthquakes, seismic experts have always dismissed his claims stating that no current technology is capable of predicting future earthquakes.
The National Pan-Hellenic Council of Northern Virginia will host a game night and fish fry on April 24 at the Kappa Multipurpose Facility, 6343 South Kings Highway in Alexandria, Va. from 7 p.m. to midnight. There will be card games, Bid Whist Tournaments and more. Tickets cost $20 per person, in advance ($25 at the Door). All tickets include a fish dinner. To purchase tickets, see a National Pan-Hellenic Council representative. For more information, visit www.novanphc.org
Affairs happen all the time in Hollywood. Par for the course, really, when you throw a bunch of good-looking and charismatic creative types together and add money to the mix. But few liaisons have ended so tragically than the one between British actor Rex Harrison and actress Carole Landis, in the late 40s.When it was all over, Harrison would barely recover from the fallout. The same, unfortunately, could not be said of Landis.Rex Harrison. Photo by Allan Warren CC BY-SA 3.0Perhaps the two were destined to meet and, well, mingle. Arrogant and egotistical, Harrison was a much-married, well-known womanizer, and something of a “love ‘em and leave ‘em” cad. Landis was a fun-loving handful.This was someone who got hitched to her 19-year-old sweetheart…when she was just 13 years old. (Her horrified mother promptly had it annulled, but a few months later, the two tied the knot again. The union lasted all of three weeks.)Original publicity photo of Carole Landis.Landis arrived in Hollywood in 1936. Even in a town packed with gorgeous women, the blonde-haired, blue-eyed beauty stood out.She nabbed a string of bit parts and was given a nickname by the studio publicity department: “The Ping Girl.” In 1940, Landis got her big break, starring opposite Victor Mature in One Million B.C.She believed the role would be a launch pad to bigger things. But for the most part, a frustrated Landis was relegated to supporting roles — often opposite the more wholesome Betty Grable (Moon Over Miami and I Wake Up Screaming, both 1941).William Gargan & Carole Landis in Behind Green Lights.Landis was more successful at romance. The list of paramours was long, and included director and choreographer Busby Berkeley, 20th Century Fox studio head Darryl F. Zanuck, Francois Tone (fresh from his divorce from Joan Crawford), Gene Markey (ex-husband of Hedy Lamarr and Joan Bennett), among others.In 1942, disappointed about her lack of success in movies, Landis embarked on an overseas USO tour with other celebrities. A few years later, in 1945, she tackled Broadway in the musical A Lady Says Yes. In a smaller role: Jacqueline Susann, who would go on to write the biggest pot-boiler of all time, Valley of the Dolls.William Gargan, John Ireland & Carole Landis in Behind Green Lights.The two would become friends and it’s rumored that Susann based one of the main characters in her bestseller—the ill-fated Jennifer North, played in the movie by the ill-fated Sharon Tate—on her pal.Landis and husband number four, Broadway producer Horace Schmidlapp, separated in 1947, around the time that Harrison arrived in Hollywood with his wife, actress Lilli Palmer.Lilli Palmer & Rex Harrison by Toni Frissell, 1950.Of course, little things like a gold band and marriage certificate had never stopped Harrison before, so it wasn’t long before he and Landis embarked in a torrid affair.The two brazenly flaunted their infatuation, dancing together at dinner parties, while a humiliated Palmer looked on — making their dalliance one of the of the worst-kept secrets in Hollywood.Photo of Julie Andrews and Rex Harrison from My Fair Lady. Eliza Doolittle, the flower girl, meets Professor Henry Higgins.Enter dirt-dishing journalist Walter Winchell, who proceeded to fling more gasoline into the fire, announcing in a column that Harrison’s wife knew all about the affair, and that Harrison and Landis would be married.That’s when Fox chief Darryl Zanuck got involved and lowered the boom…big time. He called Harrison into his office and informed the actor that he would not be unloading his wife for Landis. For good measure, Zanuck also let Harrison in on Landis’s rather randy reputation during her days at Fox studio.Darryl F. Zanuck in 1964If Zanuck thought that Harrison would break things off after learning of Landis’ extracurricular activities, he seriously miscalculated his leading man. That spring, after Harrison completed the ironically titled Unfaithfully Yours, he returned to Landis.Harrison’s wife had gone to New York to stay with her sister and lick her wounds, giving the two lovebirds ample opportunity to spend time together.Harrison as Julius Caesar in the film Cleopatra, for which he was nominated for an Academy Award.This was the opportunity Landis had waited for. The actress, staring down the barrel of her 30th birthday, truly believed that Harrison would leave his wife and make an honest woman out of her.She was mistaken. That summer, Harrison was offered the lead in a Broadway production of Anne of a Thousand Days. On July 4th he went to Landis’s Malibu beach house for dinner and broke the news.Photo of Julie Andrews and Rex Harrison from My Fair Lady. Eliza and Higgins at the Embassy Ball.What transpired in those hours, no one knows for sure, but many believe that a distraught Landis issued the actor an ultimatum: Leave Palmer or we’re through.Harrison left around 9:00 pm then phoned Landis at 1:30 in the morning to say goodnight and let her know that he would be leaving for New York.Cropped screenshot of Rex Harrison from the trailer for the film Miracle on 34th Street.Landis’s body was discovered the following afternoon by Harrison and her maid. There were four empty pill bottles scattered on the floor. In her hand, a rosary and a note to her mother.The studio tried to hush up the whole sordid affair, but it was in vain. Since Harrison had discovered Landis’s body, there was simply no way he was getting out of this mess unscathed. He found himself answering uncomfortable questions at the coroner’s inquest.Harrison and Palmer attended Landis’s funeral and left for England soon after. Fox studio dropped Harrison from his contract, and it would take several years for his career to recover.Read another story from us: How “The Rat Pack” Got its NameAfter divorcing Lilly in 1957, he would have his biggest success in the 1964 musical My Fair Lady, for which Harrison would win a Best Actor Oscar for his spot-on portrayal of Henry Higgins.
Everyone had to have jobs, even presidents. When it comes to building a successful career, we all have to start somewhere. And many successful people have built their careers from very humble origins. This is as true of politics as it is in any other area. Not many start planning a political career in their early years, and early jobs often don’t relate to what they later go on to achieve. Presidents had all kinds of jobs and came from lots of different backgrounds including the more obvious ones, such as business and law. But many also come from more unlikely backgrounds.George WashingtonGeorge Washington, the Lansdowne portrait by Gilbert Stuart, 1796America’s first president began his career as a surveyor. Following his father’s death when he was only 16, Washington had to earn a living. Fortunately, he had always enjoyed spending time outdoors and was good at math and arithmetic.He combined these skills and taught himself to use the surveying tools he had inherited from his father. At this time, as new territories were still being opened up and explored, surveying was a valuable skill.A chance meeting with Lord Fairfax – reputed to have been the richest man in Virginia – helped him on his career. He soon joined Fairfax’s surveying party in Virginia. And despite having had no formal training later became the official surveyor for Virginia.Abraham LincolnAbraham LincolnLike many boys growing up in rural America, Lincoln had to work on the family farm. But later he wanted to make his own career, possibly due to family tensions.He had a number of jobs including working as a boatman, running a general store (many say he was a bartender) and working as a day laborer. He was also a skilled wrestler. Lincoln’s own education had been limited but he was a good learner. Using borrowed law books and reading legal documents young Lincoln taught himself enough to gain a license to practice law.Theodore RooseveltCol. Theodore Roosevelt, 1898Unlike many other presidents, Theodore Roosevelt came from a wealthy family and had little need to work to support himself. As a young man, he inherited his father’s fortune which was equivalent to more than $3 million in today’s money. He decided to study law but dropped out and dedicated himself to politics. He was one of the few who put his career on such a direct path to the White House from the start.Ronald ReaganTelevision star Ronald Reagan as the host of General Electric TheaterBy the time Ronald Reagan ran for president he was already a well-known face. As a star of the silver screen, he had played roles in many popular movies.His first acting credit was for a starring role in the 1937 movie Love is in the Air. But before making it as an actor he supported himself through various odd jobs including working as a lifeguard. Reagan is credited with saving 77 lives in the course of his duties.Bill ClintonBill Clinton – 42nd President of the United StatesAlthough Clinton was another law graduate, he also quite literally spent time on the shop floor. One of his early jobs was in a grocery store in Arkansas packing bags and stocking shelves. He also made some extra money by persuading the store owner to let him sell second-hand comics. Despite toying with the idea of becoming a professional saxophone player, Clinton knew early on that he wanted a career in public office. He got his first taste of the political world as an intern with Arkansas Senator Arthur J. Fulbright.Read another story from us: Teddy Roosevelt – 10 Things to Know About America’s Rough and Tumble PresidentAlthough quite a few presidents jobs were legal or had business background there is clearly no set career path for those who dream of entering the White House. So just remember, the person who is serving your table or packing your groceries today may well be a future president.
Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a GE Cardiographe Dedicated Cardiac CT Scanner This is a quick walk around of the GE Healthcare Cardiographe dedicated cardiac CT system on display at the… read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 05, 2019 Montefiore Nyack Hospital Uses Aidoc AI to Spot Urgent Conditions Faster Montefiore Nyack Hospital, an acute care hospital in Rockland County, N.Y., announced it is utilizing artificial… read more Related Content Videos | Computed Tomography (CT) | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: New Advances in CT Imaging Technology Cynthia McColl… read more Video Player is loading.Cynthia McCollough explains new advances in CT technologyPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 13:56Loaded: 1.17%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -13:56 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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January 25, 2017 — Implementing lung cancer screening as a high-quality preventive health service in a community setting is feasible, but comes with several key challenges, according to a scientific presentation at the 53rd Annual Meeting of The Society of Thoracic Surgeons.“Successful implementation of lung cancer screening will help reduce death from lung cancer,” said Doraid Jarrar, M.D., from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, who led the study. “But unfortunately, lung cancer screening does not share the same broad support from the public and the government as do breast and colon cancer screening. In addition, lung cancer remains stigmatized because of its association with cigarette smoking.”Jarrar, Simran Randhawa, M.D., of Einstein Healthcare Network in Philadelphia, and colleagues conducted a 12-month prospective study of eligible patients at Einstein. Data were collected using the American College of Radiology (ACR) Lung Imaging Reporting and Data System (Lung-RADS) and compared to corresponding data from Einstein’s Tumor Registry. A lung navigator confirmed eligibility of 278 patients using National Lung Screening Trial (NLST) criteria and provided feedback to patients and referring physicians.The analysis showed that 87 percent (242) of the eligible patients were categorized as Lung-RADS 1 or 2 (negative or benign appearance), 7 percent (21 patients) were LungRADS 3 (probably benign), and 5 percent (15 patients) were LungRADS 4 (suspicious with a chance of malignancy). Of the LungRADS 4 patients, four ultimately underwent anatomic resection for stage I non-small cell lung cancer.At the end of the study period, a survey was distributed to all primary care and referring physicians. It showed that 100 percent of primary care providers were aware of the screening program, but 15 percent never referred a patient. The researchers also learned that 26 percent of providers were not aware that low-dose computed tomography (LDCT) scans for select patients at risk for lung cancer are recommended by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) in the same way that colonoscopy and mammography are urged for colon and breast cancers, respectively.Since most people with early lung cancer have few or no symptoms, screening for those at high risk is critical. NLST findings published in 2011 showed that LDCT scans reduce the risk of dying from lung cancer in high-risk populations by as much as 20 percent. Based on those results, in 2013, the USPSTF recommended annual lung cancer screening with LDCT; in 2015, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) adopted similar recommendations.Patient recruitment into any community lung cancer screening program is crucial to a successful, sustained effort. The lung cancer screening program that was part of this study was promoted through flyers, radio programs, face-to-face information sessions and a multidisciplinary lung symposium. Awareness campaigns such as these, in addition to educational resources that clearly outline eligibility criteria as well as benefits and risks of screening, should be made readily available. “Many times, patients will read a story in the newspaper or on the internet, see a story on TV, or hear one on the radio about how screening saved someone’s life. That is encouraging and motivating for patients who are considering lung cancer screening,” Randhawa said.In a community setting, though, the primary care physician often remains the first touch and the best source of information. “Primary care physicians help patients with informed decision making,” said Jarrar. “They know the patient best, understand the risk factors of lung cancer, and are able to recognize those who meet the criteria for screening.”However, this study revealed that many primary care physicians do not discuss lung cancer screening with their patients. The research team reported that there is often resistance from both sides when talking about lung cancer. Patients may not be receptive to discussing lung cancer and may refuse screening even when it is paid for by Medicare and other payers; providers may refrain from consultation regarding lung cancer screening for fear of intimidating patients. In addition, physicians and patients are often frustrated and discouraged by the delays resulting from precertification required by commercial insurers, as well as the time constraints related to fulfilling Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) requirements.“Patients’ willingness and ability to undergo lung cancer screening and possibly surgery can be challenging,” said Jarrar. “It demands effective communication and strong documentation by using various risk-assessment models and shared decision-making tools.”Interestingly, the research group discovered through follow-up phone calls with providers that the rate of referrals increased after the researchers shared positive feedback (i.e., if a provider referred a patient and early lung cancer was found). “With this information, physicians became further convinced that lung cancer screening was beneficial, and they really became champions in their practice for lung cancer screening,” said Randhawa.Another concern identified from this research was that some primary care physicians were not aware which patients were eligible for screening (those who have a 30 pack-year smoking history and currently smoke or have quit within the past 15 years).In addition to the screening, Jarrar recommended that these patients be encouraged to enroll in tobacco cessation programs. “Lung cancer screening combined with tobacco cessation is cost-effective for our healthcare system and actually saves money; more importantly, it saves lives by avoiding costly care for patients with advanced lung cancer and identifying cancer when a cure is still possible,” he said.As learned from previous efforts in the fields of breast and colon cancers, a screening service must be widely available to eligible patients considering participation and be delivered efficiently and economically in order to optimize the public health benefit. To date, evidence-based guidance for implementing LDCT screening programs has not been determined.“The development and disciplined implementation of lung cancer screening in communities will undoubtedly continue to evolve over time, as will the technology used for screening” said Randhawa. “In addition, we hope there will be better and increased access to screening. For patients, this means more hope and more lives saved.”Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death, with more people dying of lung cancer than of colon, breast, and prostate cancers combined. The American Cancer Society estimated that more than 222,500 Americans will be diagnosed with lung cancer this year, and more than 155,000 lung cancer patients will die.The other authors of the study were Gary S. Drizin, M.D., Thaer Obeid, M.D., Tracy Kane, M.D., Grace Y. Song, M.D., and Thomas J. Reilly, M.D.For more information: www.sts.org FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: The History of CT Calcium Scoring Arthur Agatston, M.D., clinical pro read more Sponsored Content | Case Study | Radiation Dose Management | August 13, 2019 The Challenge of Pediatric Radiation Dose Management Radiation dose management is central to child patient safety. 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TripAdvisor breaks down the cheapest and most expensive cities. Australians seeking the most affordable evening out abroad, need look no further than the Bulgarian capital of Sofia, according to new research.TripAdvisor’s TripIndex Cities 2013 released its third annual cost comparison findings for an evening out and overnight stay for two in key tourist cities around the world.An evening of cocktails, a two-course dinner with a bottle of wine, one night’s stay in a four-star hotel and a return taxi trip will cost you AU$153.21 in Sofia, Bulgaria.Oslo, Norway ranked as the most expensive city, with costs totalling AU$561.26.Europe features heavily throughout the most expensive city list, claiming six of the ten top spots, while Asia comprises four of the least expensive.Hanoi, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Warsaw and Cape Town are some of the cheaper options, while New York, London, Cancun, Stockholm and Paris are the most extravagant financially.“The list shows that Asia is the most affordable continent, while Europe is the most expensive, but some European cities – like Sofia, Warsaw and Budapest – are bucking this trend,” TripAdvisor spokesperson Jean Ow-Yeong said. “Sydney is ranked as the sixth most expensive of these worldwide cities this year, compared to its ninth position in 2012.”Source = e-Travel Blackboard: P.T.
Late-summer housing market trends point to an “unusual twist” in sales activity for the fall, national brokerage Redfin said Wednesday in its latest Real-Time Housing Market Tracker.Examining August activity in more than 30 markets nationwide, the company reported a 1.4 percent month-over-month dip in home sale prices to a median $281,000, reflecting a gain of just 5.1 percent over last year. Meanwhile, home sales weakened to 134,143, down 5.1 percent from July and 8.3 percent from August 2013.More interesting, Redfin said, was the shift in supply and demand dynamics: Even as new listings plunged 9.3 percent—nearly triple the average July-to-August decline—numbers of customers touring homes and making offers rose, demonstrating buyers aren’t backing off.At the same time, fewer homes are being sold above their list price (2 percent less than July and 7 percent less than a year ago), meaning that same group of buyers is willing to take a slow approach in a market where high demand would normally drive up prices.”Our take is that the seemingly incongruous August numbers reflect the mindsets of buyers and sellers,” said Redfin Chief Economist Nela Richardson. “Buyers want to buy, but they’re patient, and more careful not to overpay. At the same time, sellers are adjusting to having less power, which seems to have put a damper on some listing their homes.”With the groundwork of strong demand and short supply in place, Richardson said the company expects a fall selling season marked by slower price growth and stronger sales than last year.”A surprising drop in newly listed homes combined with strong homebuyer demand could suggest that home prices will spike upward this fall as they did much of last year. Not so,” she said. “We actually expect prices to continue to soften in the next few months as investors and all-cash buyers continue to retreat from the market.” September 24, 2014 483 Views Demand Home Prices Home Sales Housing Supply Redfin 2014-09-24 Tory Barringer in Daily Dose, Data, Headlines, News As August Inventory Sinks, Demand Remains Strong Share
LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Sony Pictures has acquired the worldwide distribution rights for a film about Gary Hart’s 1988 presidential bid. The studio said Thursday that it will release “The Front Runner” in the fall to coincide with both awards season and the election.Hugh Jackman is starring as Hart in the film from director Jason Reitman. The film will chronicle the politician’s rise and fall as an extramarital affair with a woman named Donna Rice became tabloid fodder and a national scandal.Reitman says he can’t wait for audiences to see Jackman’s transformation into the complex figure. Reitman calls Jackman’s performance “humanist.”The screenplay is based on journalist Matt Bai’s 2014 book “All the Truth is Out.” It was co-written by Reitman, Bai and former Hillary Clinton press secretary Jay Carson. This combination photo shows Democratic presidential candidate Gary Hart withdrawing from the presidential race on in Denver on May 8, 1987, left, and actor Hugh Jackman at the 7th annual AACTA International Awards in Los Angeles on Jan. 5, 2018. Jackman will portray Hart in “The Front Runner,” about Hart’s 1988 Presidential bid. Sony Pictures, who acquired the worldwide distribution rights, say they will release the film in the fall to coincide with both awards season and the election. (AP Photo) by The Associated Press Posted May 10, 2018 6:13 pm PDT Last Updated May 10, 2018 at 7:00 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Sony to release Gary Hart drama starring Hugh Jackman
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